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Article Image by Egon von Greyerz

If president Biden wants to save the US economy, his first measure should not be to print $trillions of worthless new money but instead tell his secretary of the treasury Janet Yellen to withdraw all debased currency from circulation just as Aristoph

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The US dollar's position as the dominant global reserve currency is an immensely important factor in supporting the ballooning US government debt, the Fed's drunken money-printing, and Corporate America's ambition to offshore production to chea

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A sharp decline in the relative value of the dollar this year has been met with cheers from those hoping for a short-term boost to the US economy, and with hand-wringing by those worried about the currency's global standing. But while both views refl

Article Image by Alasdair Macleod

In recent articles for Goldmoney I have pointed out the dollar's vulnerability to a final collapse in its purchasing power. This article focuses on the factors that will determine the future for sterling.

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The world is having serious doubts about the once widely accepted presumption of American exceptionalism.

Article Image by Alasdair Macleod

Few mainstream commentators understand the seriousness of the economic and monetary situation, ranging from a V-shaped rapid return to normality towards a more prolonged recovery phase.

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https://thefallingdarkness.comBy Alasdair Macleod

This article asserts that infinite money-printing is set to destroy fiat currencies far quicker than might be generally thought. This final act of monetary destruction follows a 98% loss of purchasing power for dollars since the London gold pool fail

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Doing "whatever it takes" to save the global economy from the coronavirus pandemic is going to cost a lot of money. The U.S. government alone is spending a few trillion dollars, and the Federal Reserve is creating another few trillion dollars to

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The Fed just went full retard (even fuller retard than it had gone two weeks ago) and along with its promise to buy pretty much anything and make all collateral money-good, it has eased an apparent resurgence in dollar liquidity stresses.